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GFO gets the stamp of approval

A LETTER FROM BARRY SENFT, CEO ON BEHALF OF GFO, I am pleased to announce that the Grain Farmers of Ontario organization became an official marketing board in the province on January 1st.  It has been [Read more]

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2010 Market Commentary

LOOKING AHEAD AT THE YEAR FOR CORN, SOYBEAN AND WHEAT MARKETS Rising Loonie: Two Sides of the Coin The steady appreciation of the Canadian dollar against the faltering US dollar has been both beneficial and [Read more]

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US Market Outlook

CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES SOUTH OF THE BORDER THE GRAIN MARKETS have proven to be very interesting this fall.  Between one of the slowest harvests for both soybeans and corn on record, constant China purchases of soybeans [Read more]

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Soybean inoculants provide returns

RECENT RESEARCH SHOWS THAT APPLYING SOYBEAN INOCULANTS YEARLY MAY BE BENEFICIAL TO FARMERS Using soybean inoculants pays returns to producers, says a three year study by OMAFRA and the University of Guelph.  It’s well understood [Read more]

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Split decisions

AN EARLY APPLICATION OF NITROGEN MAY BE THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A GOOD WHEAT CROP AND NO WHEAT CROP FARMING, TO SOME degree, is in Mother Nature’s hands. With the late soybean harvest and subsequent late winter [Read more]

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Corn industry outlook

PRICE VOLATILITY IS HERE TO STAY WITH CORN PRODUCTION setting new all-time average yield and new aggregate production records, the North American corn industry has experienced an extraordinary ride from 2004 to 2009. During the same [Read more]